Naturally, Sadie

Season 2 Episode 7

The Upside of Anger

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Aired Sunday 6:05 PM May 14, 2006 on Disney Channel
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The Upside of Anger
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Jean decides to enroll a reluctant Sadie and her friends in a self-defense class so that she can spend some with her daughter. Seeing this as a perfect opportunity to get closer with Vivian, Rain joins the class. Meanwhile, Walter brings out a fantasy role playing game in hopes of doing some bonding with Hal.moreless

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    Charlotte Arnold

    Charlotte Arnold

    Sadie Hawthorne

    Jasmine Richards

    Jasmine Richards

    Margaret Browning-Levesque

    Justin Bradley

    Justin Bradley

    Hal Hawthorne

    Michael D'Ascenzo

    Michael D'Ascenzo

    Rainbow "Rain" Papadakis

    Kevin Hanchard

    Kevin Hanchard

    Wayne

    Guest Star

    Caroline Park

    Caroline Park

    Vivian

    Recurring Role

    Collette Micks

    Collette Micks

    Jean Hawthorne

    Recurring Role

    Richard Clarkin

    Richard Clarkin

    Walter Hawthorne

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Wayne: And now for our final demonstration. Two of my star students will be enacting real-life scenarios using our in-class aggressor, Rainbow "The Raindancer" Papadakis. Now please welcome to the mat Jean "The Machine", and Margaret "The Largaret".

      • Wayne: Vivian, you two are right here. Margaret, you are with Mrs. Hawthorne. There you go. And Sadie, you're with the guy dressed as a circle.

      • Wayne: Now, what does A.W.E.S.O.M.E. stand for you may ask? I'm gonna tell you. "A" stands for awesome. "W" stands for women, which most of you are. "E" stands for energy.
        (Wayne makes ninja sound)
        Wayne: "S" stands for super ripped muscles, which I got.
        (Margaret sighs)
        Wayne: "O" stands for...
        Margaret: Oh.
        Vivian: My.
        Jean: Goodness.
        Wayne: And the "M" and the "E" stands for me, Wayne.

      • Jean: So when I saw you and tae bo-ing the other day I thought...
        Sadie: That wasn't tae bo-ing Mom, that was dancing.
        Jean: You see. Duh. So out of touch.

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